Formation: Hell Creek
Location: South Dakota
Size: Tooth is 0.32 inches long
Here is a very rare dinosaur tooth. This is a Pachycephalosaurus tooth from the Cretaceous of South Dakota. Pachycephalosaurus was the largest of the ''bone-headed'' dinosaurs. This tooth is extremely well preserved. The tooth still has the textbook spade-shape intact. The coarsely-serrated edges are beautifully displayed and a portion of the root is present. This unusual tooth comes in its own display case. This is a very collectible tooth from this extremely scarce Hell Creek dinosaur.
This fossil was collected and obtained legally, and is also being sold legally.
A Certificate of Authenticity from EXTINCTIONS is included with this specimen.